Mammut via ferrata


Via Ferrata: Good to the Last Drop of Water

We look forward to the via ferrata. But we really were not sure what to expect. Fortunately! Because we were able to relax as we climbed into this adventure. Also part of this: Dani, Pascal, Priska, Sven, Tanja and Walter. Some of them already had climbing experience and two had already finished a via ferrata. But for the others, this was a new challenge. The start was at 5:30 pm on a warm day in July.

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Via ferrata Mammut - Route A

Fixed rope route | easy

The Mammut via ferrata (fixed-cable climb) leads high above the roofs of Zermatt. The three sections – A, B and C – require different levels of ability. Route A is suitable for families with children from the age of 10.

 2.73 km  1,15 h  347 m  347 m
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Via ferrata Mammut - Route B

Fixed rope route | medium

The via ferrata (fixed-cable climb) high above the roofs of Zermatt offers three different routes: A, B and C. Route B is often tackled after route A and together with route C.

 3.31 km  2,15 h  458 m  458 m
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Via ferrata Mammut - Route C

Fixed rope route | medium

Route C of the via ferrata (fixed-cable climb) high above the roofs of Zermatt is often tackled straight after routes A and B. This requires a high level of fitness, but it is also the great attraction of the climb.

 5.53 km  3,30 h  791 m  791 m
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